Carson Tate is the author of Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style.
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At Business Insider, four of our speakers “share ways to make 2017 your most productive year yet.” “Follow the ‘one-minute rule’ and do any task that can be finished in one minute. Hang up your coat, read a letter and toss it, fill in a form, answer an email, note down a citation, pick up… Read more »
Carson Tate was interviewed for this piece on how Europeans works 19 percent fewer hours than Americans. This notion resonates with Carson Tate, author of “Work Simply”: “We need to work fewer, more focused hours. We need to take mental and physical breaks and stop fighting our biology — if we are hungry, stressed or… Read more »
Carson Tate has a new piece up at Fast Company. We’re in the midst of a trendy office design renaissance. Swings, picnic tables, moss-covered walls, and carpet-covered bunk-bed nooks are replacing the stale cubicles, sterile walls, and uncomfortable, rolling chairs. Employers are finally starting to recognize that physical space matters not only to the quality… Read more »
Carson Tate’s latest Fast Company piece tackles “How to Work with Anyone’s Productivity Style.” The reason we find other people so challenging to work with is very simple: Your work style, which I call your productivity style, might clash with the work style of another. That difference in productivity style leads to misunderstandings and tension… Read more »
Carson’s Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style was written about in the piece, “7 Smart Ways to Use Unexpected Time.” Anyone can plan something for an open slot on the calendar. What really separates the time management masters from everyone is else the ability to seize time they didn’t know would… Read more »
Carson Tate’s new book Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style is out now. Many of us try popular productivity solutions and tools only to find ourselves falling further behind and more frustrated than ever. We end up spending more time managing our calendars and to-do lists than doing actual work. Carson… Read more »